Mostly, I did this just to have fun with the effect that one receives when a video camera is plugged into a television then the image is recorded over the image over the image over the image, et cetera. I had the first three videos from 11 November 2008 (Pentax Optio Z10) and the other videos are from to-day (5 April 2009) with a Panasonic HDC-HS9 (apparently, it's supposed to be high definition). Knowing that I couldn't have you (whomever you may be) just sit there in silence and watch this... Topics: playing with television, Bob Dylan, The Times They Are A-Changin', Pentax Optio Z10, Panasonic HDC...
A drum performance by Caroline Stevens. Shot and edited by Glenn Seller. It was shot in a photostudio (that's why the audio leaves to be desired) and only with 1 camera. The MPEG2 is full quality. Video : 87 Mb, 2579 Kbps, 25.0 fps, res. 640*352 (16:9), DX50 = DivXNetworks Divx v5 Audio : 1.62 Mb, 48 Kbps, 24000 Hz, 2 kan., 0x55 = Lame MP3 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: short, drums, bw, music, performance, radiation duck
Video resumen del evento gl2.1 del colectivo +0, el 7 de enero del 2006. Con la participación de los artistas: Mech, A. Tilliander, Mokira, y U+0, y las visuales de Tense Vision y d33p. Más información, www.mascero.org Topics: +0, gl, gl2.1, mech, a. tilliander, tilliander, mokira, u+0, tense vision, d33p, electronic music,...
L'Homme Orchestre, 1900, 1m21s Star Film Catalogue Nos. 262-263 In many ways a sequel to The Four Troublesome Heads (Un Homme de têtes, 1898), The One-Man Band ups the ante to a considerable degree by featuring no fewer than seven identically-dressed Georges Méliès playing musical instruments and interacting with one another in remarkably convincing synchronisation. Buster Keaton pulled off a similar trick in The Playhouse (1921) with greater technical polish, but Méliès beat him to the... Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Music
L'impressioniste Fin de Siecle, 1899, 0m57s Star Film Catalogue No. 183 A stage magician props up a female dummy on a table and lets it fall back before grabbing it and transforming it into a live ballerina. He helps her down and she performs some ballet steps before sitting in a chair. The magician places a large tube on the table and covers her with a cloth. She vanishes, and reappears inside the tube. The magician helps her down again, and picks her up in his arms. She dissolves into a... Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
This is the first ever moving picture image of a kiss. It was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. There is a longer Edison film of a kiss, filmed in 1900, that has at times been confused with this one. OTHER TITLES May Irwin kiss / Thomas A. Edison, Inc. ; producer, New York world. CREATED/PUBLISHED United States : Edison Manufacturing Co., 1896. SUMMARY From Maguire & Baucus catalogue: An osculatory performance by May Irwin and John Rice. The most popular subject ever... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: kiss, silent, edison, 1896, irwin, rice
After a few attempts, i suceeded in redpointing the route. In my experience with the grade i think 9+/10- is appropiate. and it was fun! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: climbing, rock climbing
These two brief clips are all that remain of this lost film of 1914, they were excerpted in the Warner Brother's 1931 Vitaphone short "The Movie Album." The first clip shows the meeting of Helene's terrorist cell with an extra who is NOT Leon Trostky, and the second appears to be the scene of Helene (Clara Kimball Young) and Lennox (Harry T. Morey) visiting the Weletsky's (Earle Williams and Louise Beaudet), with Eulalie Jensen as the angry woman. No sound track. Topics: Silent Films, Lost Films, Anarchists, Russia, Drama
A mesmerising, weird and occasionally disturbing portrayal of one man's descent into madness, with an experimental noise soundtrack that perfectly accompanies the visuals, Live Or Die is the most engrossing audio-visual art film since Eraserhead. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Trevor Juenger, Live or Die, lod, William Koch, surrealism
A video for the track Homegrown, using Frigidaire Finale 1957, from the Prelinger archives. http://www.archive.org/details/Frigidai1957 Topics: elelctronic, music, independent, pop, art, pablo, perez, video
Holota ("bareness" or "rabble") is a modest camera and lighting exercise. As the introductory caption says, "a camera exercise by people who never saw a camera before". Our poor friend shaves himself head to toe while we screw around with equipment. Topics: holota, shaving
A video collage (per se) of the world as seen from the top of the Sears Tower (7 April 2009). I (somewhat poorly) play the music on this too. I might regret typing that though. I think it was the first time I'd ever played "American Pie" the whole way through, and I forgot the bridge for "Chimes of Freedom". But it's better than sitting there and watching this without any music at all isn't it? Topics: Sears Tower, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2009, American Pie, Chimes of Freedom
41 VJ loops for your use released under BSD type license. These are some video clips to be used in your favourite VJ program, to teach VJ'ing or as examples of modern digital art. The size of the clips are 320x240 all Quicktimes/PhotoJPEG. The license is: Copyright (c) 2008, JAL vj. Jorge Lorenzo All rights reserved. Contact us: email@example.com Redistribution and use of these VJ clips/ video loops, with or without modification, is permitted provided that the following conditions are met: *... Topics: VJ Loop, JALvj, jorge lorenzo, vj loops, vj clips, video, video art, san juan, argentina, club,...
two shorts i made inspired by kurt kren's 'mathematical editing' methods, which play with psi function and the persistence of vision, and explore the speeds at which our eyes knit multiple images together, creating 'new' images that exist only in the brain of the viewer. due to strobing/flashing images, these films are not recommended for photosensitive epileptics. Topics: d/evil, experimental short, kurt kren, mathmatical editing, psi function, persistance of vision
A grocer electrifies his goods to prevent thieves from running off with his ware. Unfortunately, the current can't tell the difference between thieves and other people... Director: Segundo de Chomón Writer: Segundo de Chomón Country: France Language: French Production Co: Pathé Frères Sound Mix: Silent Color: Black and White Also Known As (AKA) The Electric Current Release Date 1906 Topics: Gen X, Segundo de Chomón, Short Film, Silent Film, Comedy
A music video for the track Body Bags using samples from Symptoms in Schizophrenia (ca. 1940s). http://www.archive.org/details/Symptoms1940 Topics: music, ambient, electronic, experimental, abstract, independent, body, bags, pablo, perez
A small narrative movie about a relationship where somethings end up in flames.. First the soundtrack was made. A few weeks later the first images were shot... other stuff from us Feel free to comment... if you download don't forget to RIGHT-CLICK (save-as). And if you have the bandwith please download the MPEG2 version - it has the right ratio (widescreen). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: short, film, flame, drama, radiation duck, widescreen
My first open source release... The Black Sun.... Made with the Psychedelic Visual Fun Kit "WHORLD".... When you watch this think Anti-verse... Damn think whatever you want... Enjoy.... Topics: Sun, Black, Anti, Dark, Aura, Animated, Hole
Inspired by Koyaanisqatsi's water and clouds sequence near the beginning of the film this piece is a short homage featuring water in many guises so that it doesn't always look like water and the music is faux Philip Glass who did the music for Koyaanisqatsi. Ergo: Water Mocks Glass Topics: Philip Glass, Koyaanisqatsi, Art Film, Experimental Film, Iden, Ciul, Mock, Water, Glass
79 VJ loops for your use released under BSD type license. These are some video clips to be used in your favourite VJ program, to teach VJ'ing or as examples of modern digital art. The size of the clips are between 320x240 and 368x288 all Quicktimes/PhotoJPEG. The shotlist is below, the clips are also contained in a .zip file if you would like them all in an easy to download package. www.analogrecycling.com The license is: Copyright (c) The relevant members of Analog Recycling VJ Collective.... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 40 reviews ) Topics: VJ, Visual Art, Bas Icke, Gary Berendsen, Erik Schermer, Analog Recycling, VJ Clips, VJ Loops,...
The first film I created digitally, a remake of a lost old video. Aliens land on earth, and begin an escalating confrontation that culminates in the destruction of the planet. Topics: Matthew Weeks, legos, lego movie, lego movies
Alice Guy-Blache [1873-1968] is not as well-known as Georges Melies but just as prolific and influential. Here is a short film called "La Glu"  involving the mischievous adventures of a boy with a bucket of glue that resembles today's cyanoacrylate equivalent--Super Glue. The collected works by Alice Guy-Blache when she was associated with Gaumont Films is available from Kino http://www.kino.com/video/item.php?film_id=988 . Wikipedia... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Alice Guy-Blache, silent films, women film directors
An Egyptian prince has lost his beloved wife and he has sought a dervish who dwells at the base of the sphinx. The prince promises him a vast fortune if the dervish will only give him the opportunity of gazing once more upon the features of his wife. The dervish accepts the offer. He brings in from a neighboring tomb the receptacle containing the remains of the princess. He opens it and removes the skeleton, which he places upon the ground close beside him. Then, turning to the moon and raising... Topics: GenX, Georges Méliès, Sphynx, Monster
One of the most famous films from The Lumière Brothers, who are often credited as the Fathers of All Cinema, "Le Squelette Joyeaux" (also known as "The Dancing Skeleton") is arguably the first stop-motion film but surely the best known of its time, packing in the viewers for this witty short comedy film. Release Date: France 1897 Production Co: Lumière Read more about Auguste and Louis Lumière http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auguste_and_Louis_Lumi%C3%A8re favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Gen X, Lumière, Fantasy, Comedy, Short, Stop-Motion, Animation